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The best of Twitter Today In Australia
1. Quentin Dempster tweeted about Visa .
Toothless! @TurnbullMalcolm @cporterwa baulk at establishing federal ICAC: “not justified”. ‘Parakelia’; Murray-Darling ‘water theft’; systemic visa fraud; defence procurement risk; Securancy; VET FEE HELP; shonky job agencies; political slush funding/influence peddling.... https://t.co/TEpF7IHGYP— Quentin Dempster (@QuentinDempster) May 22, 2018
2. Senator Murray Watt tweeted about #estimates .
We are asked to believe that a general election, across 150 electorates, can be arranged within 33 days, but it takes 9 weeks to arrange just 5 by-elections. #Estimates— Senator Murray Watt (@MurrayWatt) May 24, 2018
3. VCOSS tweeted about Newstart .
“It’s not even about poverty, it’s about starving—especially with the cost of housing in our big cities. It’s about fairness and justice.”— VCOSS (@VCOSS) May 22, 2018
ACTU boss Sally Mcmanus on ABC AM making the case for an urgent rise in Newstart. #raisetherate pic.twitter.com/BZH48b9g8y
4. 🏁DAVID🏁 tweeted about #AFL360 .
5. Australian Academy of Science tweeted about #ShineDome18 .
‘Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders were the first Scientists. The firsts astronomers. The first ecologists. The first agricultural scientists.’— Australian Academy of Science (@Science_Academy) May 23, 2018
-Prof Alex Brown, @UniversitySA #ShineDome18 sponsor pic.twitter.com/4W4ECftFj2
6. Australian Academy of Science tweeted about #ShineDome18 .
7. SEN 1116 tweeted about Callum Mills .
JUST IN | @sydneyswans defender Callum Mills will miss the rest of the season with a broken foot.— SEN 1116 (@1116sen) May 24, 2018
He and some teammates were throwing a gridiron ball on the way back from a café in the Moore Park precinct when Mills tripped and fell.
8. Peter Helliar tweeted about #TheProjectTV .
9. Michael Genovese tweeted about #BiggestMorningTea .
10. Australian Academy of Science tweeted about #ShineDome18 .
Tonight at our Annual gala dinner we’re privileged to hear from Australian of the Year Professor Michelle Simmons and @Virginia_Hauss— Australian Academy of Science (@Science_Academy) May 23, 2018
Follow #ShineDome18 for insights from their chat. pic.twitter.com/h2Uk0cxsas